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ODDS AND ENDS
I hope you find the following "Tid Bits" helpful.
This is the long window at the
bottom of your screen that shows the "Title" or
"Subject Matter" of the page you are viewing. Many time you will find this and (or) the "Full
Screen" blank. One of the causes for this is a
find this It's "Reload Page" time.
HOW TO "RELOAD
clicking 5 times. We have all received an E-mail showing "No Subject"
and yet there was a click-on to another site. Had the page been "Reloaded" before being sent the "Title" would have
been in the "Subject Area" and "Status Bar".
MORE ABOUT THE KEYS
Any time your in an area where the cursor is alive, you can jump it from right to left by holding the "CMD" down and clicking the "RT. or LF. Arrow".
To DELETE a whole line of text, hold the "CMD" key down and click the "DELETE" key.
To jump from the "TOP to BOTTOM" or "BOTTOM to TOP" of a webpage, hold the "CMD" key down and click the "SCROLL UP" or "SCROLL DOWN" key.
ALT Key: Holding the "ALT" key down and clicking "LETTERS or NUMBERS" will produce such as= ™þµ†¥ø¬ß‘’°¾½¢¹²³ While holding the "SHIFT and ALT" key down and clicking "LETTERS or NUMBERS" will produce even more.
TAKE A BREAK AND TRY IT
Using this Text Box play with the 2 Keys we have discussed so far.
Just activate the cursor in the box and enjoy.
SOME OTHER KEYS
To jump to the next "Link" on a page, just hold the "CTRL" down and click I.
Holding the "CTRL" key down and clicking M is the same as clicking the "RETURN" key.
Clicking the "TAB" key will also jump you to the next link on a page. To scroll back a link, just hold the "SHIFT" key down and click the "TAB" key.
I'll show other uses for the "TAB" Key later.
This key is a true "Time Saver" as I'm sure you will see. Click the "FIND" key and enter a word or two from the page your on. Now click the "FIND on PAGE" button and your there.
NOW TRY THOSE KEYS
Just for fun, click the "FIND" key, and type in the word HAVING Now click on the "FIND on PAGE" button.
BE SURE: To visit Page 2 Which covers 3 more very "Helpful Keys".